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Hi As I cant see you, sorry but how is your weight, do you think you could lose a few pounds? do you think you drink to much why at work?Your doctor...
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Hi Aliya,For a start is he getting out for walks or any kind of light exercise, this is a must, for his general health.A good steak would not go...
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Some common causes for your three noted symptoms viewed in a collective manner may include: Crohns Disease, Hypothyroidism, Kidney Disorder...
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Hi If this is just under your knee cap, you may have damaged you ligament, you need some help if it is damaged an MRI would tell. some ice packing...
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I had the same experience as you had! I wasn't lifting weights but mowing the lawn! I went to a chiropractor first and he diagnosed me correctly...
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Yes, It could be a recurrence of the same problem.
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It could be a type of skin  cancer.
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Leg cramps can be caused by many different things, not just "muscle spasms". Flexeril would not likely help and may be too sedating to use...
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My first thought was low iron but if the blood tests have come back normal, it could be something as simple as over use of asprin or tylenol, As far...
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It means you should go see your primary care doctor to find out what's going on here.Since you've been off the amitriptyline for three weeks...
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Sounds like cellulitis. See your doctor immediately. 
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I have no way of "seeing" this rash over the Internet, but my concern would be that the cat scratch has caused a skin infection that may...
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